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than the other children in our care? woman: there you go. go for it. turn. hello. i'm joanne hendrick, the author of the whole child and your guide to this video series. in this program, we're going to explore a number of ways we can effectively work with children with special and exceptiol needs. we'll observe children in a variety of programs: head start, family day-care homes, university schools, and private childcare centers. we'll also talk with teachers who will share their personal experiences working with children who have special needs. [computer beeps] woman: yes. press again. press again, des. keep pressing. keep pressing. [computer makes tone] oh, look, des, look! pretty. hendrick: how do we begin to help that child? what are our responsibilities, obligations, and expectations? when working with children witdisabilities or special needs, how do we define achievement? [comter beeps] ooh, look! color blue. [computer hums] see? there you go. let's see you do it. hendrick: how do we challeng and support the child so he can succeed? let's eat. let's eat. ha ha ha! take it to yo
magnificent temper tantrums for which 2-year-olds are so famous? hello. i'm joanne hendrick, the author of the whole child and your guide to this video series. in this program, we're going to look at some of the important components that go into providing consistent, one-on-one relationships with infants and toddlers in group settings. we'll observe some infant and toddler programs in private child-care centers, university lab schools, and family day-care homes, and we'll hear from infant and toddler teachers who offer practical advice for working with our youngest children. ready? go! joanne: despite the growing need for infant day care, most of us begin our caregiving careers with very little or no training when it comes to taking care of babies. let's check it and see if it's too hot. joanne: but you can't just wing it with infants. they're too sensitive and vulnerable for that. all ready for ya. all ready. look at zack. get him. hey, you. joanne: caring for infants requires more than a love for babies. hi. hi. you going to talk to me? can you talk to me? joanne: group care for infan
's my grocery. hello. i'm joanne hendrick, author of the whole child and your guide to this video series. in this program, we'rgoing to look at some of the daily routines which make up most of a young child's day. we'll see why these "middle moments" can be so meaningful in the lives of our preschool children, and we'll learn what we can do to help foster both emotional and physical growth during these middle moment opportunities. we'll visit with children and teachers from a number of different early childhood programs-- family day-care homes, head start, university-based lab schools, and private child-care centers-- and we'll see how they make the most out of the day's middle moments. this is simba and nala when they were growing. and this is when...when they growed up apart, ok? let's pretend, o hendrick: a child's life isn't always full of new and exciting events and activities. there are times in a child's day when nothing very thrilling happens. the children come and they go. they eat. they rest. they go to the bathroom. and the next day, they come and they do it all over again. bo
, but solved together. i'm joanne hendrick. see you next time on the whole child. not fit through it. no, no, no. they just--they-- if they don't have-- like, all--all pets don't have hands, so they use their whiskers to feel stuff that's hard, soft, or fragile. captioning performed by the national captioning institute, inc. they use their whiskers for two things-- to feel stuff that's hard or soft or feel stuff-- the sides. if the whiskers touch the sides, then they can't fit through it. they use their whiskers for two things, just like funny bunny can't fit through these... funding for this program was provided by... elementary kindness enough to eat enough to go around the possibility that kids might one day grow up to be neither the destroyers nor the destroyed that's about it right now i'm living in that hope running down its hallway and touching the walls on both sides funding for this program was provided by... is this a credit card? hendrick: these children are having a wonderful time playing... ice cream cone. yep, i like ice cream cones. yes, but also learning-- learning how to thi
, and a warm heart. i'm joanne hendrick. see you next time on the whole child. children with special needs or disabilities need individual attention. but there are ways we can make them feel welcome and share the same joy and accomplishment. how to create a place where everybody's special. next time on the whole child. funding for this program was provided by...
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